first_imgStory Links In his final home game at U of T, the Mississauga, Ont., native matched his career-high 24 points in a victory over the Nipissing Lakers. In his second year with the Varsity Blues, Reid improved in many categories. He led the team in points and rebounds per game with 14.0 and 6.0, respectfully.  The urban studies and human geography major also improved on his shooting, registering a 40.4% field goal percentage and a 78.6% at the free throw line. OUA Major Award WinnersPlayer of the Year – Kadre Gray, LaurentianDefensive Player of the Year – Marcus Anderson, CarletonRookie of the Year – Ali Sow, LaurierKen Shields Award – Mike Rocca, WindsorCoach of the Year – Dave Smart, CarletonOfficials Award of Merit – Christine Vuong OUA First-Team All-StarsKadre Gray, LaurentianManny Diressa, RyersonEddie Ekiyor, CarletonDani Elgadi, BrockYasiin Joseph, Carleton Fifth-year University of Toronto Varsity Blues guard Reilly Reid was named an all-star, while first-year standout Evan Shadkami was named to the all-rookie team as Ontario University Athletics announced the 2017-18 men’s basketball major award winners and all-stars on Wednesday morning. OUA Third-Team All-StarsTanner Graham, Queen’sJaz Bains, Queen’sNelson Yengue, LaurentianReilly Reid, TorontoDavid McCulloch, McMaster Shadkami was a consistent spark-plug off the bench for Toronto the entire season. He averaged 10.6 points per game on 40.1 percent from the field. The kinesiology major got more comfortable as the time passed. He put up 14.6 points per game on 47.1% shooting in the final five games, while also averaging three triples per game during that run. OUA All-Rookie TeamAli Sow, LaurierEvan Shadkami, TorontoKascius Small-Martin, BrockJustin Malnerich, WaterlooTanor Ngom, RyersonFor more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics.  Print Friendly Version The Toronto native’s best game came against the Nipissing Lakers on January 12, when he drilled a career-high 20 points. He followed that up with another stellar performance the following week, sniping 15 of a game-high 18 points in the second half to help the Blues complete a come-back victory over the Queen’s Gaels. OUA Second-Team All-StarsJean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, OttawaCassidy Ryan, BrockMike Rocca, WindsorNedim Hodzic, WaterlooTevaun Kokko, Laurierlast_img

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